If you've driven by the Douglas County Courthouse, no doubt you've seen the flags in the front yard. Along with the flags is a sign that shows that police responded to 467 domestic violence calls last year in Douglas County alone!
This Saturday, and again on October 17th, Superior residents can take advantage of free landfill days. It's the perfect opportunity to get rid of trash, leaves, tires, and a lot of those other things that tend to build up over time.
It's been a long summer of construction in the Twin Ports. While some Northland construction continues, there is one project that is near completion and it's time to celebrate. The newly reconstructed Northwest Skywalk Passage and you're invited to the ribbon cutting.
We are enjoying a pretty nice start to October, which means a lot of walkers are sharing the roads with vehicles. However, days are getting shorter and doing those things in darker conditions can be extremely dangerous.
Every year the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources opens up competitions to design various stamps. It's a great way for artists to have their skills on display to a mass audience. Over the years, one artist has prevailed time and time again.
This is pretty exciting news! A TV crime drama is being developed to be set on the North Shore. It's based on a trilogy of novels by Norwegian writer Vidar Sundstol. Slingshot Global Media has made the deal to bring it to the small screen, according to the Pioneer Press.
Here's a way for you to save time AND help feed the needy in the Northland. It's become a yearly tradition that the First United Methodist Church members and students from the College of St. Scholastica join forces and make lots and lots of pies to sell with the proceeds going to CHUM. It happens this Wednesday, so set a reminder on your phone or put a postie note on your computer to stop by and pick a few up!
According to their website Bentleyville is America's largest FREE walk through lighting display. How awesome that something SO cool is right here in the Northland. It all started with Nathan Bentley in 2001. The phenomenon has since moved to Bayfront Park and exists with the help of several community volunteers.
Seat belts must be worn properly or they won't do what they’re designed to do in a crash, save lives. Minnesota statistics show that there are about 150 deaths and more than 400 serious injuries because motorists aren't wear they're seat belts properly. I was shocked to read that something I do (yes, I'm admitting it) is illegal.
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